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Baqh Chal

Period

Modern

Region

Nepal

Description

"Tiger game:" originated in Nepal, played on 5x5 grid including diagonals and pieces are played on the intersections of the lines. One player has four tigers, placed on the corners, and the other has up to 20 goats, placed on the board on a free space. Tigers and goats can move up to one intersection along the lines on the board. Game ends when tigers have captured five goats or the goats block the tigers from being able to move. May also be played in India.

Ludeme Description

Baqh Chal.lud

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